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Meet eHarmony member #6311464962 A Single Man in Taos, NM 57 / I'm a freelance writer (corporate/high-tech) and professional musician.

Socially Few times a week I don't have kids


  • Gender: Male
  • Height: 5'9"
  • State: New Mexico
  • City: Taos
  • Marital Status: Divorced
  • Has Kids: I don't have kids
  • Education: Bachelors

Taos, NM Singles

Hi, I'm a White man, living in Taos, looking for a great girl. I have a Bachelors Degree. I'm 5'9". I don't have any kids.

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The one thing I am passionate about...

Playing music. I've played the guitar since I was a small child -- professionally (full- and part-time) since I was a teenager. It's just a part of my soul -- something that, no matter what else I pursue in life, I'll never give up.

I typically spend my leisure time

Excercise, movies, reading, hiking, skiing, camping, travel.

The most influential person in my life has been

Just one? I suppose honesty, but that sounds so "serious." A sense of humor, kindness, compassion, love of the outdoors...

The first thing people notice about me

People say that I look them directly in the eyes and listen very carefully -- this seems to take some by surprise. Not used to that, I guess.

The last book I read and enjoyed

"The Subterraneans" by Jack Kerouac. Not an "easy" read -- lots of stream-of-consciousness ramblings, page-long sentences, etc. -- but I like the chances he took in his writing.

The three things which I am most thankful for

  1. My health (very good).
  2. My friends (excellent).
  3. My music (always there for me).

The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me

Hmmm...maybe my "goofy" side.

Friends Describe me as

Caring, Creative, Intelligent, Thoughtful

A little more about me

Just a couple of "open-ended questions": Do you think your eHarmony "personality profile" really captures who you are? And does the "closed-ended questions" part of the process seem a little wierd?